For two and a half quarters, both No. 10 Wisconsin and No. 13 Iowa had trouble punching the ball into the end zone, but both teams seem to have figured it out in a hurry. After Iowa's touchdown, the Badgers' David Gilreath returned the ensuing kickoff to Wisconsin's 49. He had a chance to run it all the way back, but appeared to have been tripped up just before midfield.
From there, quarterback Scott Tolzien and running back John Clay took over. Tolzien's 30-yard throw and Clay's 17-yard run highlighted a drive that took Wisconsin into the end zone. Clay poked in for a two-yard score, which made for his second of the day. He now has 72 yards on the ground.
Wisconsin now leads Iowa early in the fourth quarter, 24-20. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for further updates.